Scott & Jennifer Petkov apologize for taunting girl who is now dying from Huntington’s disease. 7-year-old Kathleen Edward was in the final stages of a degenerative brain disorder, Huntington’s disease and the same disease killed her mother, Laura, when she was only 24. Neighbors Jennifer and Scott Petkov posted grim depictions of Laura and Kathleen on Facebook.
On Friday night, Jennifer Petkov told FOX 2’s Ronnie Dahl that she never really meant any ill wishes towards Kathleen Edward or her family. She told Ronnie Dahl, “If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn’t do it. And to that little girl, I apologize if you’ve been hurt. There’s not much more I can say. And hopefully we can live our lives peacefully from now on.”
Scott and his wife even went so far concerning display a lighted candle on their portico at the same time dozens of strangers were meeting crosswise the street facing Kathleen’s home. Scott Petkov said, “We apologize for our actions and stupidity. It was an ignorant thing that we did and it was basically in retaliation about things that were said about my house and my wife.”
Scott’s wife Jennifer posted photos of Laura Edward, screening her wrapped in the arms of the grim harvester. Also, she posted a photo of Laura’s 7-year-old daughter, Kathleen Edward, her face flattering the center of skull and crossbones.
The mother of Laura and grandmother of Kathleen, Rebecca Rose asked Jennifer that all this because of a neighborhood dispute? She said “for personal satisfaction… because it burns Rebecca Rose’s ass raw.” For at least a couple of years, she and the Petkov’s have been feuding. It went up into frequent calls to police and personal protection orders in opposition to the Petkovs.
Along with the posting photos on Facebook, the Petkov also painted their truck with tombstones and put a coffin in the back of the truck. The truck was parked facing the Rose family home. As per the claim by the Petkov, the truck is a decoration for Halloween. Scott took apart the coffin and has moved truck up his driveway. He said, “He plans to paint the truck and make things right for Kathleen’s sake”. After all, she is still alive. On Saturday, Oct. 23, a rally for Kathleen Edward will be held from 3 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Haas Park in Trenton.